The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 16, 1939 · Page 7
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 7

Ludington, Michigan
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Saturday, September 16, 1939
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SATURDAY, SEPT. 16,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE SB Best Bargains Are Always Found In The Ludington Daily News Want Ad PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Unity rate per line for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines J .81 $ .72 One day, 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time insertion rnte; no ad taken (or less than basis of three lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received by telephone, and If paid at The Dally News Office within six days from the first Insertion cash rate will be ailowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stopped before expiration will be charged only for the number of times the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Kate per line for white space li the same as a line of copy. JUST RECEIVED Men's Lightweight TOP COATS in new fall shades of grays, tans, green and brown. $11.90 Single and double breasted styles. PENNEY'S Announcements Flowers aad Mourning Goods 4 CUT FI.OWEUS— And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordinc, 810 E. Ludington Avc. Merchandise t^S*k*r\S***\S\S^r**r*^>*s~*r^*>-r*. Articles tor Sale Strayed, Found 10 I OST—Hill fold contaln:nK car title. Please phone 909 for reward. Automotive ^•* > ^^V^N^»^^»^Xrf''"X^N^'W^^ Automobiles for Sale 11 GOOD USED BOY'S BICYCLE — Bal> loon tires, will sell cheap. Inq. at E. M. Briggs & Sons, Scottvl;;c. Farm and Dairy Products 55 BRONSON & PROLIFIC PEACHES—For sale, 50c per bu. Bring containers. Fred Peterson, K. 3, Ludington. Tel. 24-K-11. FOR SALE—Tomatoes, cabbage, potatoes, squash. Charles Tctxloff, : !.i ml. S. of Amber corners. GOOD ORAPES—50c per bu. Bring container. William Merrill, 403 W. St., Scottville. BARGAIN USED CARS— ISM v-s, 1932 „„„ Mod.l-n Ford. 1930 Model-A Ford, 1929 i FO " Ford: also cars for $25 and up. Brody Bros., 12-J E. Dowland St. ,im..,nH «.-i»,..ri-i n.-irh- h 'v i 6 mi's s ?"mi F of M',iHn.t«n Vd P-irker" Tel 13-F-t Ludington. Ed 1 arkcr. Tel. 1J !• i. liL'IfK SPORT ROADSTER—Reasonable; also rook stove in Rood condition. Inq. at 308 W. Filer St. FOR SAI.K—model-A Fords, Chevrolcts, Ply-mouths. Used cars, $20.00 up. Barton's, Kast Ludington avenue. > I'.IJ-t—2-ton Dodge truck, long wheel base. -.11x7-10 ply du.ils: special—$150. I'm Itulck 4-donr sedan, all new tlrrs. $9V 1WJ 83-Ford V-8 Tudor sedan. 4,000 mis. Ncrhciin Motor Co. Auto Trucks fwr Sale IALK PEACHES—Large size. Will start pickiHK Saturday'. Get them while they last. I'.j mis. K., i.j mi. S. of Chauvt-/ corners? J. A. Lister. MODKL-T FORD TRUCK—Heavy rear end. 2-ton capacity, motor overhauled and new hands last spring, creeper gear shift. First reasonable offer takes It. L. E. Vorce A Son. Business Service Repairing—Service Stations 1C TOMATOES AND MELONS—For sale. Best quality. K. E. JeuDcVine, 'i mi. S., 2nd house E. of Amber corners. Fuel, Feea, Fertilizers j DRY HARD WOOD—For sale: 1 cord, ! $2.75; 2 cords, $5.00. Delivered. Phone 670-M. FOR SALE—Dry hard wood, $2.75 per I cord, 3 cords, $7.50; stove-length hemlock edgings, 3 cord loads. $6. E. E. Olmstcad. R. 1, Ludington. Tel. 16-F-3. ! 8ACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns I and gardens. BETHKE FEED BARN. ' I Phone 1HS-W Good Things to Eat AfKTYLKNK WELDING—That's always rlRlil and we charge no fancy price. Hetka Garagr, 1102 S. Madison St. I dervlce« Offered IN NEW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. llanscn. !-j ml. N. of Stiles corner. Household Goods AL DUMAS RADIO SERVICE—RCA Victor Radio. Expert service on any radio. 225 h. James St.. and Scoltville. 1% FAKMRRK ATTKNTION-Bcad-sUK*«- I'hnnr rollrrl. Prompt service, j v RKNDERIM; 1:0. TH. i BARGAIN PItlCES—Oik good used gasoline rnRlne washiiiR machines, cream separators, range stoves. electric ranges, Rasollne stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. CIlU-l'LATOSt; UUffliEATEK-rFor sale, used 1 winli-r. Can be seen at 205 First SI. Tel. 887-R. IMPROVE VOl'R VISION—l»y wearliiR ' glass'-s propr-rlv fitted and correctly I adjusted, Chlnricry. Srottville. I U. 8. Patent Office Trademark Registered POPEYE That's Nothing to Beef About. Popeye! OVJVE 1SVAREVASUR.E IT HAS DWINDLED SLIGHTLY, I SPENT CEKVTS FOR \ SOSPOSEW ORWELL, I AHOY, WIMPY HAVE YA STILL T THA'S -rfa WILL BUY A VES,VOU VS~ BRUTE, SHE IS SORE! r ,999.60 r? ' ' SAIL FOR JEOTOPI AT OWCE'T Shadow of Coming Events SCORCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. a. Paten; Office / --- HE WAS EITHER THEN—WE MAV NOT \ HAVE SEEN THE LAST J OF BEAU BRISSAC?/ / I HOPE VOURE WRONG, DOC/ BUT— * WONDER? WHAT BEAU THAT MEAN WASN JUST THAT HIS WASHED OUT OP THE PLANE T LISTED?/ BODY WAS NOT \ DURING THE SALVAOE OPERATIONS,OR SOMEHOW HE MANAGED TO ESCAPE / IN THE PLANE, WHEN IT WAS RAISED ' Jumper-Jumper Gets Jumped LlKS ! BACK Of* THAT DOOR! I'LL RUSH JUMPED 3V , ev/PENrt-V/ JUMP TH£ JUMPERS! Cleaning. Dyeing, Renovating 20 MI'.N'S SI'ITS—Drv cleaned and pressed; plain dre>.se-», IMr. Lmlington Dry Cleaners, .lames & Foster Sts. ureumaitJng and Millinery 21 HEMSTITCHING—Stamped Roods; chil-!' drrn's suits, dresses, aprons, hankies. Needlework Shop, 211 S. .lames St. | Wori.l) LIKE SF.WING—Of any kind, ! Including .lUrrinc and dress repair- i (MR. Mrs. SI. flair Jury, 813 N. Rowc. i TH. 7X7-W. (he 193!l Duo-Therm oil heater Rives added convenience. See them now. II. Smcdlicrg A: Son. Custer. LARGE SI/E—Ward's and Kalamazoo coal heaters. Your offer. LARGE new oil healers in crates, $59.50; 100 Ral. oil free. Wallace Kuras, '.'10 W. I.nditiRlon Avc. Tel. 604. Ol'R LINE OFFERS—Kitchen clocks in I assorted styles and colors at various pi ices. Hamilton's, 'ii:, s. James St. Wanted—To Buy 66 CUCUMBER PICKLES and POTATOES. Incj. Northern Fruit Co. Tel. 942. Real Estate for Rent Bouses tor Sale 84 208 N. JAMES ST.—Suitable for rooming house, large family or flals. Bargain for cash. Shown by appointment only. A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. I Lots for Sale 85 Apartments and Flats SSFE THE NEW—Meadows Washer at i THE PALACE. Scottville. $39.95 and up. Frank Claveau. SUPERFLAME OIL HEATERS — $31.50 and up. Gtotemat'h WIFE SAVING STATION. Farm Equipment 61 FURNISHED THREE-ROOM — Apartment for rent. Ini|. G05 S. Washington Avc. FOUIlrllOOM,, UNFURNISHED—Apartment. Inq. at Swan Tent & Awning , Co., 117 W. LiicllnRton Ave. i -. i liUILDINC: LOTS—90x150 ft.. $35 each. *' cash; one block from Long Lake, Walhalla. Mrs. C. Phelan. FURNISHED—1-room, downstairs apartment for rent. Ini|. at 509 E. Ludington Ave. GIRL OR WOMAN WANTED—For Rcn- hini'i'work. Phone G07-R. or Inquire at -105 W. Court St. MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN—To manage home with 3 children for a period of 3 weeks. Tel. 1094. Business Opportunities 38 • TaKejOtLYoiifc keOfJLYo. "jo The JVrVEPS _ _ ... PUMPS W»Ttd SYSTEMS 'M*V TOOLS •DOOM HAHGtltt Houses for Rent HOUSE AT—702 St. Catherine St. for rent. C. F. Olmstcad. Phone 22 or 752. RETAIL BUS LN ESS—For sale on account of illness. Good going Retail Business with Real Estate In Mnn- Islee. Address C. II., Box 71, c/o The News. Live Stock Sj--*^w-\-r-w»-^-»-i'*^Srf-w-~w-^-w 1 Si Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 HOUNDS—", English beagle, ':, blnetlck, M inns, old, partially trained for hunting; 'or wile. W. Ci. Stevens, Cuslcr. H. SMKDBERG & SON- CUSTER. FOR SALE—Good used McCormlck- Decrlng corn binder In excellent condition. Lawrence Mattix, Scottville. MODERN HOUSE—For rent at 206 North Franklin street. Olmstead & Ncwbcrg. Phone 22 or 702 evenings. MODERN M)USE—For rent; five rooms, furnace heat, garage. Inq. at 406 N. Delia St. Water Systems 61A SEE—Our TURBO-LIFT electric water .systems. \V. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. Musical Merchandise 1!MO WESTINOI1OUSE—ITvclsloil-lnillt radios on display. $10.95 lo $79.!).'). Console and table models hull! for television, and record-playing attachments. New beauty, tone and finality at a very low price. H. Smedherg & Son, Custer. Bldgs. For Rent 77A TWO-CAR GARAGE—SOxIM*. for rent. Reasonable. Inq. 60S S. Washington Avc. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate SWAP COLUMN Ads nrcrptrd for this column will hi- published two times for 25 ('('ills. Each ad must bear name and address of advertiser. Tlicy must be accompanied by casb or .stamps. Ads must be brought or mailed to The News, none taken by telephone. If ads Involve exchanRc of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they will be placed in a special Labor Exchange department and. run free of charge. DRY POPLAR—And mixed cord wood; will swap for hay, grain, young slock, rifle or what have you. Andrew Becker, R. 2, Branch, 2 mis. S., 5 : !4 mis. E. of Fountain. GOOD TRAM MARES—Wt. about 3,200. and red clover seed; will swap for truck tractor, cattle or anything I can use. : !i ml. E. of Freeman's school, R. 1, Fret-soil. John Wichtoski. THIRD CUTTING ALFALFA HAY— Will swap for young cattle. Ernest Anthony, R. 3, Ludington, 1 mi. E. of Nickerson school. Major League Leaders (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting—Dl Magpie, New York, .390; Fo>:x, Boston. ,358. Runs--Rolfc, New York, and Foxx, Boston, 131. •Runs batted In—Williams. Boston, 133; Di Magglo. New York, 120. Hits—Rolfc. New York, 198; Keltner, Cleveland. 178. Doubles—Rolfe, New York, 43; Williams, Boston. 40. Triples—Lewis, Washington, 16; Mc- Coskv, Detroit, 14. Home runs—Foxx, Boston, 35; Greenberg, Detroit, and Dl Maggio, New York, 27. Stolen bases—Case, WashiiiRton. 50; Fox, Detroit, and Kreovich, Chicago. 20. Pitching—Sundra. New York, 10-0; Hcving, Boston. H-3. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting—Mlze, St. Louis, .349; Med- I wick, St. Louis, .338. "Runs—Hack ami Herman, Chicago, and Werber, Cincinnati, 100. Runs batted In—McCormick, Cincinnati, 111; Mcdwick, 104. Hits—McCormick, Cincinnati, 180; Medwl^k, St. Louis, 179. Doubles—Slaughter, St. Louis, 46; Mlze, St. Luuls, 38. Triples—Herman, Chicago, 16; Goodman, Cincinnati, 14. Home runs—Ott. New York, 27; Camllll, Brooklyn, 26. Stolen bases—Hamllcy, Pittsburgh, 18; Hack, Chicago, 15. Pitching—Detring'er, Cincinnati, 217; Wyatt, Brooklyn, 8-3. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS FOR IIAROAINS—In eily, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Hldg. .v•.•.^vv%%%v%^^vv%v u v%v^%%%^^v.vv%%v%•.".•.'•.•.%v".•.•t•.•.^ "We thought we couldn't ;j afford to re-roof OUR HOME' "But the Abrahamson-Nerhcim Co. proved we were wrong by Showing Us Genuine RU-BER-OID ROOFINGS" Folks, have this job done before cold weather sets in .. Our stock Is complete and prices are still low! We know that our quality and price will more than please you—Phone 130 or see us at once! FREE ESTIMATES—NO OBLIGATIONS Vhe Abrohamson-Nerlieim EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING ! Phone 130 Freesoil The Methodist Ladies' Aid society will meet Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 20, with Mr.-*. E. M. Stephens, with Mrs. Floyd Eddy and Mrs. Frank Hunt, assistant hostesses. Mrs. Arthur Maynard will present the lesson. Arrangements will be made Cooking G-as Cook with DRI-GAS the Bottled for the annual chicken supper and committees will be appointed. Mrs. Emma Goodshaw of Midland, a former resident at Pelton's Corners, attended the Minnie Hagstrom funeral here Tuesday. John Soltes and Paul Migas of Chicago have been spending a few days at the Soltes summer home here. / YOUR SUPPER'S ALL ON THE TABLE (JETTING COLO.// — -WONDElt? WHJT'S KEEPING HIM--|T 7 5 ALL SO QUIET —-TOO QUIET J! Dri-Gas Has a Higher B. T. U. Rating — Burns Cleaner—Lasts Longer. ROPER RANGES ROUND OAK TWO-OVEN COMBINATION RANGES. H, SMEDBERG &SON Custer, Mich. MYERS WATER SYSTEMS. WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS Marble School School Bus Operating School bus service was put into operation in this district and several of the neighboring districts Monday morning, Sept. 11, by Scottville high school. Those attending Scottville school from this district are Geneva Appleton, Vera Miller, Dolly Kaminski, Kenneth Miller, June Reinoehl, Marjory Lannon, Robert Thomas, Alfred and Robert Tallquist and David Reinoehl. Saturnia Rinkevicz and Wilma Bidwell are enrolled at Ludington high school. Recent week-end visitors at the Peter Debro home were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cadman and Lottie Massie of Cleveland. During their visit, the birthdays of Archie Cadman and Clarence Massie Jr. were celebrated. Darlene Massie and Harry and Robert Cadman, who had spent the summer with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Debro returned to Cleveland with the Cadmans. Will Mallory of Hamlin spent AFTER HORSEFEATHERS HUSTLED OUT TO THE BARN TO EVICT , THEIR "TENANT 1 A LONS, STRANGE SILENCE SETTLED OVER THE PLAC£{ SRA88INQ A HANPV BROOM MYRA SNEAKEt? OUT TO INVESTIGATE—., Monday, Sept. 11, with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone. Afternoon callers at the Stone home Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and family of White lake. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sanders called on Mrs. Ruth Slagle and children and Lyman Forbes Thursday evening, Sept. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Thomas and son, Albert, entertained Albert Thomas Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas and children, Robert, William and Frances Ann at dinner Sunday, Sept. 10, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Tucker of Grand Rapids, who were week-rend guests at the Thomas home. Mrs. Tucker is a niece of Douglas and Albert Thomas Sr. The Tuckers returned to their home Sunday evening, Sept. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Manly Oman have been entertaining .Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Adams and children of Detroit for several days. Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Oman are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. George Riley and family spent Sunday afternoon, Sept. 10, with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allison. Chamber School Mourn Passing Sacred Heart church of Victory was filled to capacity Wednesday morning with friends who came to pay their last respects to Mrs. Joseph Ruba, who passed away Saturday evening, Sept. 8, after a brief illness. Mrs. Ruba, who had lived in Victory all her life, was highly esteemed by all who knew her. The community extends sincere sympathy to the bereaved family in their great loss. Mr. ana Mrs. Charles Kolberg entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brothers and sons, Glen and Dewey, of Dix, Neb., at supper Saturday evening, Sept. 9. Mrs. Brothers is a cousin of Mrs. Kolberg. They were also recent guests at the Ole Thompson and Henry Parker homes. Mrs. Tenney, son, Herbert, and daughter, Madeline, spent last week-end with relatives in Edmore. . Rev. John Christensen and Mrs. White of Ludington recently called at the Nels Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sadosty and little son spent Sunday, Sept. 10, at the Nels Jensen home. •-.•-•• Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gallic of Ludington recently called at" the Ole Thompson home. ' ( Ole Thompson was a r'eq^nt Grand Rapids business caller,-, Chamber school closed Wednesday afternoon to altsjw teacher and pupils to attejnd Western Michigan fair. jfreesoil Receive Word Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Eddy received the following conrmwl- cation from Mr. and Mrs. 'R^s- i mus Swanson and daughter, Emma, of Victory, who ''are touring the west. "We are leaving Custer tpls morning, (Sept. 7). Saw South 'Dakota and Black Hills yesta day. Won't quite make stone today. Haying a time, but get very tired. "Saw a Crystal cave yi noon. Was 140 feet ground. Highest elevation 7,249 feet over the moun Slept over a mile high. this morning. Rasmus wants, fur coat.'' ; '•••'-',-•• .

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